TUT FM Learnership 2024
TUT FM Learnership 2024

TUT FM Learnership 2024

  • Company Name: TUT FM
  • Estimated Monthly Stipend: R3000- R4000 per month.
  • Location: South Africa, Soshanguve, Gauteng.
  • Applications closing dates: 21 June 2024


TUT FM invites South African unemployed youth passionate about radio broadcasting, news, and field reporting to apply for an exciting Learnership Programme for 2024/2025.

About TUT FM

TUT FM is the official radio station of the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT), located in Soshanguve, Gauteng. The station provides a platform for students to engage with the community through diverse radio programming, including news, current affairs, entertainment, and sports. TUT FM is dedicated to nurturing young talent and providing them with the skills and experience needed to succeed in the media industry.

Job Description

The Learnership Programme offers a unique opportunity for students to immerse themselves in the world of radio broadcasting. Participants will:

  • Compile and deliver on-air news bulletins.
  • Participate in current affairs programs, including field reporting and production.
  • Engage in investigative journalism and reporting.
  • Conduct interviews and provide comprehensive reports.
  • Cover entertainment news and sports events.

How to Apply for TUT FM Learnership 2024

  1. Prepare Your Documents:
  • Update your CV to include relevant skills and experiences.
  • Obtain your latest academic record.
  • Ensure you have proof of registration as a 3rd-year journalism student.
  • Make a copy of your ID.
  1. Submit Your Application:
  • Email the required documents (CV, academic record, proof of registration, and ID copy) to molefeg@tut.ac.za and nkhumishej@tut.ac.za.
  • Use the subject line: “2024 August WIL”.
  1. Follow Up:
  • Contact the provided phone numbers if you need more information or assistance with your application:
    • Phone: 012 382 9256 or 012 392 9719

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q: What is the closing date for applications?
A: The closing date for the Learnership Programme is 21 June 2024.

Q: Where is the Learnership located?
A: The Learnership is based at TUT FM in Soshanguve, Gauteng.

Q: What are the requirements to apply?
A: Applicants must be registered 3rd-year journalism students at TUT, have completed their 2nd-year modules, be fluent in English and at least one of the following languages: Tsonga, Venda, Tswana, Zulu, or Sepedi, and be available to work during recess periods.

Q: What kind of experience will I gain?
A: Participants will gain experience in news compilation, on-air news reading, current affairs reporting, investigative journalism, interviews, and covering entertainment and sports events.

Q: How do I know if my application has been received?
A: You may receive an email confirmation upon submission. If not, you can contact the provided phone numbers to verify receipt.

Q: Is there a possibility of permanent employment after the Learnership?
A: The primary goal of the Learnership is to provide practical experience. However, exceptional performance may lead to further opportunities within TUT FM or other media organizations.

Q: Who can I contact for more information?
A: For further details, contact TUT FM at 012 382 9256 or 012 392 9719.

Applying for the TUT FM Learnership Programme 2024 is a fantastic opportunity to launch your career in radio broadcasting. Prepare your application carefully and take advantage of this chance to gain valuable industry experience.

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